Intensional Predicates without Biclausal Structures * "exceptional Accusative" Predicates 2.1. Data

Abstract

ing away from the technical details, what the data in (14)-(15) suggests is that the Case marker on a nominal, be it nominative or accusative, can be omitted as long as the nominal is adjacent to the predicate. With this observation in mind, let us examine the data in (16) with the exceptional accusative predicate. (16) Case-marker drop and the exceptional… (More)

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